|mahdollisuus englanniksi||possibility, opportunity, bet, opening, chance, shot|
: Having a holiday is a great opportunity to relax.
: I wanted to become a professional, but because of my financial situation there were no opportunities.
: Dylan owes Fletcher $30 from an unsuccessful bet.
: It’s a safe bet that it will rain tomorrow.
: It’s an even bet that Jim will come top of the maths test tomorrow
*: John a Gaunt loved him well, and betted much money on his head.
*: Ill bet you two to one Ill make him do it.
: You bet!
*: insert right-hand needle bet 2 sts just knitted[[Category:English irregular verbs]][[Category:English verbs with base form identical to past participle]][[Category:en:Betting]]----
: The daily openings of the day lily bloom gives it its name.
: He remembered fondly the Christmas morning opening of presents.
: A salamander darted out of an opening in the rocks.
: He slipped through an opening in the crowd.
: There have been few factory and store openings in the US lately.
: Their opening of the concert with Brass in Pocket always fires up the crowd.
: They were disappointed at the turnout for their opening, but hoped that word would spread.
: John spends two hours a day studying openings, and another two hours studying [[endgame]]s.
: Are there likely to be any openings on the Supreme Court in the next four years?
: If youd like to make a booking with us, we have an opening at twelve oclock.
: The only two-hour openings for the hockey rink are between 1AM and 5AM.
: We have an opening in our marketing department.
: ux|en|We had the chance to meet the president last week.
: ux|en|Why leave it to chance when a few simple steps will secure the desired outcome?
: ux|en|There is a 30 percent chance of rain tomorrow.
*: Wild-visagd Wanderer! ah for thy heavy chance!
: It chanced that I found a solution the very next day.
*: if a birds nest chance to be before thee
*: I chanced on this letter.
*: Once ... it chanced that Geoffrey Riddell w|Bishop of Ely, a Prelate rather troublesome to w|Samson of Tottington|our Abbot, made a request of him for timber from his woods towards certain edifices going on at w|Glemsford.
*: Mr. Mason, shivering as some one chanced to open the door, asked for more coal to be put on the fire, which had burnt out its flame, though its mass of cinder still shone hot and red. The footman who brought the coal, in going out, stopped near Mr. Eshtons chair, and said something to him in a low voice, of which I heard only the words, "old woman,"—"quite troublesome."
*: ... while the King and Godwine sate at the table, accompanied with others of the nobilitie, it chanced the cupbearer (as he brought wine to the bourd) to slip with the one foote, and yet by good strength of his other leg, to recover himselfe without falling ...
: Shall we carry the umbrella, or chance a rainstorm?
*: Come what will, I will chance it.
: He chanced upon a kindly stranger who showed him the way.
*: No crowd was about the door; no people were discernible at any of the many windows; not even a chance passer-by was in the street. An unnatural silence and desertion reigned there.
: The rear axle will have to be replaced. Its shot.
*: Thompson girl, Im stranded at the Unique Motel / Thompson girl, winterfighters shot on the car as well
: The cloak was shot through with silver threads.
: I have to go to bed now; Im shot.
*: Are you not glad to be shot of him?
: The shot was wide off the mark.
: They took the lead on a last-minute shot.
: The shot flew twenty metres, and nearly landed on the judges foot.
: I brought him hunting as hes a good shot.
: Hed make a bad soldier as hes a lousy shot.
: Id like just one more shot at winning this game.
*: Schwarzenegger also is taking nasty shots from his own party, as GOP conservatives bash some of his appointments as Kennedyesque and traitorous to party values.
: Id like a shot of whisky in my coffee.
: We got a good shot of the hummingbirds mating.
: I went to the doctor to get a shot for malaria.
: His solo shot in the seventh inning ended up winning the game.
: rfquotek|TottenWebster 1913
: Drink up. Its his shot.
*: Here no shots are where all shares be.
*: A man is never ... welcome to a place till some certain shot be paid and the hostess say "Welcome".